Leicester City continued their victories in the Premier League and swept Manchester City at Etihad Stadium 5-2 in the third round of the Premier League.
Leicester has achieved the full score so far, reaching the ninth point in the Premier League, equally with Everton, ahead of goal difference.
As for Manchester City, it freezes its tally at point 3 in 13th place, leaving a game in hand.
Leicester City five goals were scored by Jimmy Vardy, 3 “hat-trick” and goals by James Madison and Uri Telemans.
Manchester City double, Riyad Mahrez and Nathan Aki scored.
Leicester scored 3 goals from 3 penalties, becoming the first team in the history of the English Premier League to score 3 goals from penalties in one match.
Fardi also became the first player to score a “hat-trick” twice against Guardiola.
Vardy reached the 6th goal in the Premier League’s top scorer, equal to Everton’s Dominic Calvert Lewin.
Description of the match
Manchester City took the lead early in the 4th minute with a right-footed missile shot by Riyad Mahrez.
Then Leicester’s revival began after Jimmy Vardy was awarded a penalty in the 36th minute after being fouled by Kyle Walker.
Fardi scored the kick himself, scoring his first goal and a draw for Leicester City.
Guardiola made the first change in the first minutes of the second half by dropping the young player Dilap instead of Fernandinho.
But Vardy did not wait long, and scored the second goal in the 54th minute in a wonderful way with the heel of the foot to put Guardiola in trouble.
Vardy continued to shine, winning a second penalty in the 58th minute after being fouled by Eric Garcia.
Vardy made the kick himself and scored Leicester’s third goal and hat trick.
Guardiola then made the second change by dropping Ferrand Torres to replace Phil Foden.
Leicester City coach Brendan Rodgers also pushed midfielder James Madison instead of Dennis Barnet.
During Manchester City’s attempts to score a goal to reduce the gap, substitute James Madison fired a missile shot that hit Ederson in the 77th minute.
Defender Nathan Acke narrowed the deficit for Manchester City in the 84th minute with a superb header from a corner kick.
To complete the disasters of Manchester City’s defense, Benjamin Mendy committed a penalty kick against substitute Madison in the 88th minute.
Midfielder Uri Telemans advanced and kicked, including Leicester City’s fifth goal against Manchester City.